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As a result, the map would likely show migration paths that travel around, rather than through, Texas.
According to Miercom evaluations, the four vendors mentioned in this article demonstrate a clear migration path for customers and provide a strong business case for doing so.
Consider a migration path (see "Why do I need a migration path for the EHR" on p.
Edwards customers still have questions about pricing, migration paths and product road maps, and database support.
Leveraging the same highly flexible, firmware-upgradeable Emulex HBA architecture that HP has used for years helps ensure that customers experience a seamless migration path for integration of the Emulex-based Fibre Channel Mezzanine card into HP BladeSystem for SAN connectivity.
In addition to the tracking requirement, new tape systems still need to be backward compatible with current time-based servo written tapes to support a smooth migration path. The "N" pattern for time-based servo provides compatibility with today's systems along with high resolution for tomorrow's multi-terabyte systems.
With the pervasiveness of wired USB, Wireless USB provides a cordless migration path for the future.
Based on Thermo's Sample Manager LIMS, it has a built-in migration path for Sample Manager users and is pre-configured to integrate with Thermo instruments.
Teltronics with the ANI Controller, marketed as CENTRALINK by Motorola, is offering the PSAPs an upgrade path that will give them the opportunity to extend the functionality of their CENTRALINK system for Phase II, give them a migration path to Phase III and Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP).
Tennant gets a taste for chasing down the migration path of an arctic peregrine falcon as he rides with a group of Army researchers.
As enterprises transition from 32- to 64-bit computing, they need the smooth migration path to 64-bit computing that AMD64 provides," said Marty Seyer, corporate vice president and general manager of the Microprocessor Business Unit, Computation Products Group at AMD.
If an evolutionary migration path to new technology is not available, the cost of ownership for the aging technology must be evaluated against the cost of the new system.

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